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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1894.-
Instead of saying, "You'ro an
other," the Advertiser would display
more diguity by attempting to re
fute the obarge of fnkie.ni against
the Chronicle and Uuited 1'res cor-respondents.
Ka Leo o ka Laliui is well pleaiititf
in the sight of the Advertiser. It is
the first contemporary of the Adver
tiser which ha ever started with the
heavy handicap of the Advertiser's
approval. Sympathy is cordially extended.
A FACTITIOUS THEORY.
Au editorial paragraph on Resto
ration Day in this morning's Ad
vertiser contains the following re
marks: "The restoration of the fla"
was simply the undoing of au act of
flagraut usurpation, for which no
justification was over pretended. At
the same time, if the zeal of Ad
miral Thomas had not outrun the
Home Government, the tlag would
undoubtedly never havo U'on res
tored." This presentation of histo
ry is a recent invention made for a
purpose. Documentary evidence
contains not a shadow of ground for
it. Admiral Thomas did not outrun
the Home Government excepting
coriMtreally. In the declaration of
views repudiatory of thoctsslouhy
Kainehaincha 111. of the Islands to
Lord Georgo l'aulct, acting in the
name of the British Government,
Admiral Thomas was not a motueut
ahead of the dome Government
The declaration given on board ller
Urltaunlo Majesty's ship Dublin, at
Honolulu, on July ill, IHIII, begins
with thoeo words: "Immediately that
thccntuuiautlcr in-chief was made ac
quainted in Valparaiso in June, lS-t.'l,
of the provisional cefoiou of the Ha
waiian Inlands unto t lie Kiglil.ltouor
able Lord George l'aulet, ait the
thou and there rcprcf-entativo of
Her Majesty, Queeu Victoria, he
hastened to the apot to make him
self fully acquainted with all the
circumstances and, if possible, the
motives which led to such an tin
looked for event." Admiral Thouias
had arrived at Honolulu from Val
paraiso on Juno 20. At Washington
tho day In-fore, Juueo, U.S. Fox,
represoutiug the llrilish Govern
meut, in a communication to the
United States Gorernuieiit made I lie
following dtatcmout: "Hvr Majesty'
Government, previously to the de
parture from England of the last
steam packet, had already received
information, though not olllelalU,
of the provisional occupation of the
Sandwich lxlauds, in the name of
Great Britain, by tho ollicer com
manding Her Majesty 'a ihip Garys
fort. 1 am directed by the Karl of
Aberdeen to state to you, for the in
formation of the Government of the
United States, that the occupation
of the Sandwich Inland was au act
entirely unauthorized by Her Maj
esty's Government, ami that with
the leant pranticable delay due in
quiry will be made into the proceed
ings which led to it." This proves
that, before the British Guveruuieut
could have received information of
the expedition of inquiry under
taken by Admiral Thomas, the Uri
tish Government had disavowed the
cession to it of lho.o islands and
determined to promptly Institute au
inquiry iuto the matter.
inanhip and moral courage and I
would build in that Pacific Ocean,
as I say again, a Switzerland pro
tected by all the nations of tho
earth. But Hawaii wants to come
to us, and there aro gentlemen here
who want tier, some by iuaucing ner
to come aud s-uno by starving her
into coining. The Senator from
Texas seems to want to starve hor
To keep Hawaii an independent
state a sort of buffer against the
laud-grabbing propensities of the
great powers--had been for ninny
years up to l8'.Ki, iu the view of tuoit
of our wisest people, tho most desir
able fixed status of the country.
Many of those who went headlong
Into the Stevens-Thurston scheme
of annexation are ready to confess
even now that independence, if it
were possible, was I he very bed con
dition of the islands. Mr. Morgan
chooses to say, without any tangible
authority, that Hawaii wauls to go
to the Uuited States. He and those
iu Congress who think like him
ought to have sufficient confidence
in their opiuion to advocate and iu-
sist upon a free and fair chance fur
the people of tho Hawaiian Islands
to detormiuo for themselves their
future national conditiou and form
Hmijai Bartim Oil.. W
Saturday, July i8, tHUi
Tliere is a hole out near the
government quarry at Kaiuo
iliili containing an inexhausti
ble supply of pure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to meet thr. de
mands of all Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lyed and shows
U. iS. ...
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
tT Leaving on the Next Trip of the S. S. " Kinan,"
FRIDAY. August, 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY. August 11th.
There are a great many peoplo in Honolulu who require a vacation irt
order to 'get away from bunlunss and other cares that infest this work-a-
Hood'a and Only Hood't.
Hood's Sarsaparllla is carefully
prepared from Sarsnparilla, Dande
lion. Mandrake, Dock, 1'lpsissewa.
Juniper berries anil other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Saraparilla cura
tive powers not possessed by other
medicine. It effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
I I l I Pi
It will be seen at a glance that
this is a much higher grade of
water than we are now getting
from either Nuuanu or M.tkiki,
and we believe the government
could take no wiser course than
to run pipes from the pool to
the city mains only a mile dis
tant. t pumping plant at the
spring would force the water
in all directions between Ka
lihi and Waikiki, and the ex
pense would be insignificant
compared with the benefits d:
rived by the public.
If this is a charitable govern
ment it will be done if for no
other reason than to relieve
the Superintendent of the Wa
ter Works of the severe men
tat strain caused by his attempt
to figure out a way to give the
people more water and less
earth. Au abundance of water
might also have an ehVct upon
the rose bugs in so far as it
might drown the larwe which
may be found around the roots
of the btihhes We are mak
ing these suggestions without
consulting tlie owner ol the
water, but we believe it will
meet with his approval, as he is
a man with philanthropic mo
For a consideration we be
lieve he can be approached
and an arrangfineni entered
into whereby all water difficul
ties could be obviated, home
time would, of course, be ne
cessary to complete the plant
and means should be devised
to supply individuals with what
ever water they wii-h. We
have tried ever) thing from a
straw to a Corliss Engine in
lifting fluids but nothing works
better, or can be run with less
t It I It A i f a il .
i My mo. i' or meir oeneui it may on mentioned mat a select excursion is
now being organized to visit the domains of Madame Pele, sometimes
known at the Volcano of Kilauca. It doesn't make any difference if they
have been there before, because if they have, tbey will readily admit that
the crater !m constantly changing nnd with each change renewed interest
Is awakened. Hon. L. A. Thurston nave a description of Ihe Volcano's
latest moodand if you have not read it do so at once and thou walk Hi far
as Wii.df.r's Steamship Office and purchase a Ticket for the Kicursion
leaving hern on FRIDAY, August 8d. To peoplo who do not require a
vacation they must uiakn the trip anyway if only to say that they have
si-en tho World's Greatest Wonder. It is certainly embarrassing for peo
ple who have lived in this country for years to give a uegative response
when asked if they havu.se.eu the Volcano. They may have had some ex
cuse iu the past for their seeming indifference because it required uioro or
les exertion to reach the crater, but now they ran ride iu a carriage to
the door of the Volcano House. The crater is very active now, II may not
remain so very long, so join tho Excursion Party and see a sight thai
strangers travel thousands of miles to see. The cost of thw trip will be
FIFTY WM) DOLLARS, whirh Includes everything. 109.1-71
ItDWAY At I'OKTKK. leading Furniture Dealer
( the Hawaiian Inland.
oltiiiou ltlo.'k, letw'ii Port and Nuuatiu,
ighl baud side of Motel street going west.
From a large and varied atoek the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Hurley, Bran,
Middlings Oats, Corn.
K3S In addition to our umial Ptoek of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran. OatH and Rolled Barley.
ThcM! are eueh poaneHpied of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all intcruHb'd in stock.
ETi -r "I TT TPP Calltomlao Mi
C J J J .C, WaikiHto State.
Royal and "Cleveland M Baking Powders I
The shoe dealers iiiu-t he
doing a good business, judg
ing from the amount of Ho
siery we are selling, for nearly
all the barcfoots in town have
taken advantage of our stock
and prices, while there in a
su-pie'mn th.it the more exten
sive buyers intend to lay in a
stock lor future use it's all
right, we bought them to s II
and knew you could not resist
the temptation. Saturday,
ug. 4th, we will in ike an
other run on Hosiery and will
include some for hubby Fast
Blni'k Socks that he is fool
ish enough to pay $'i a dozen
for; you can make pin money
by buying them of nu at $2 a
dozen, and get yourself a sup
ply of Tan Colored Hosiery
to m itch votir nruttv little tan
boots they will please him as expense than an A-rniotor.
I reel ItiqHirters of Fine Furniture,
irl cheap for cah. We have ou hand
leker Ware Sofas, Itockiug Chairs, Klc.
ill you call and price ibeo goods.
nylliinu you uaut iu Dining-room Furniture,
n thing you want iu liedrooiu Furniture.
ou can alo ! supplied with Cribs and Cradle,
ou vill find a complete ttock to select from.
Nit I -iay tit i.m.4 t .i mar.
to, J. Ilk. MI (mis
t.ltfrtxml emrr lixii. !
KtlKllNh Ihnry. .r-
ROCK SA I.T .
SO A HS
HAM. HACttN, CHhh.SH -
llarrrlf sinl Hull llt-iwi
'Mlin' " Kinrf-f in t-ii- nit isi-i.
f UNA UN
A .-rite- furtrn ..I i?.!!,,. ttrnl.tta
I t rtMi' KiigtiaU Orov-HMtM,
fl"i" niMvawxir BuicliDh itriKriiw.
I.hy. McNull A Lltitiy'N 0niit Mrsi.
HtPbnrilHon A HuMnn't Onimwl
Pl, Tatlr . !) .
li n.l Ift ii i-".
k lanrr Taririt.
lid al pricen to suit the piMirenl
s '!! as the richest purchaser.
i home is eomiil.'ie without Mat t resnes.
o hoiihe iu lloiiolulu ei thihe goo. Is uheaM-r tliati k do.
ou'l you iii-mI H.mi. Live (Jeenu Feathers oi S Ik FloKst They make
aiidy I'tllim add Cii-IiI'iiih.
well as yourself ; and talking
about pleasing, more eomfoit
BEPKNTINO OV II KB BAKOAIN.
Senator Morgan made a speech iu
the Senate ou Hawaiian utLiiii ou
July 3, which the Star quotes from
at length. As the speaker wus one
of the tirsl Jeiiiitorh to declare him
self publicly for annexation, some of
hi utterance iu thii Hp-ech am of
peculiar UiteriiHt. Speaking of the
favorable reports ou the cot of
opening Pearl Harltor for ihep sea
vessels, which it had hoeu stated, as
he said, ou the floor of the Senate
time aud again would be $700,000,
Senator Morgan said:
It turns out that it will take le
than 170,000 to do it; ami Hawaii is
repontiug of her bargain that ever
she gave up a harbor which hIio is
perfectly able to dredgu hertmlf to
the Uuited States iu conmdcralion
of this reciprocity. She is repent
ing of it. If 1 were an Hawaiian I
would repent of it worfe than she
does, for if 1 were au Hawaiian I
never would claim annexation to the
Uuited Slates uever.
Senator Morgan is replying to Mr.
Mills of Texas, who apparently had
advocated coercing Hawaii into an
nexation by cintiugoir the advan
tages of reciprocity, and this is how
than wearers of othec corsets
are aware of. Did you ever
them? If not do so by
means in the meantime
lit the little one and yourself
out with s me of the follow
ing: Compromise Uodi.-e
Wit sts. Equip ise Ladies'
Waists, .leaness Miller
Waist, Children's Double
Ve Wa;sts in Summer and
Winter weights, Children's
Lo ; Cnshiueiv Coats, these
goods will receive an awful
cut Anotli r t'ling let us
say, there is no use fixing
yourself up unless you do the
home. Tusore Draperies fur
' urtaiiis and Divans make a
room more cheerful thuii it
would without them and yet
if we were to quote you the
price her you will say, "Oh,
well, Killers is selling them so
cheap ev rybody will have
them," to which we say, Yes,
the first come will, for the
stock is limited. Double
Width Serges, all wool, go at
fU cents a yard this wiek.
li. b K HMO RS & CO.
Bull Tel 381. Mutual Tkl. 007.
V. o. HOX 3.M.
i: A l.'iO KOHT HritKKT.
IN A 1,1, ITH
I would make Hawaii I lie Stvllxi.r
laud iu the Pacific Ocean, what' Onlumlnuu tlm other l.uunW In
Switzerland Is In Kiirope, protected Bui ding, Trlm-ntng, Pdntlng, Eto , nto ,
by all thu nations of the earth, per
fectly able to take care of herself I'ruiuinly AuwhIkiI iu.
under all clr uiustauces and the
neaviesi population mat can go
there. 1 would take that little re.
public that has now been built up
mio ueriociuess ami lieauty, without
W. W. WltKiUT. Piiop
irlnei'KxMir loll, W il. t
All kludt of f'iiit rriitl frintiitf
the iheddiug of a drop of blood, by priiv '"'"' " '"' "- ' k
uivriuau guuius, skill aud status- HIUH Or-
You lust erect the mill am
give it a dose of oil oceaMnn
ally and let her pump We
have sm til ones that will ans
wer admirably fir irriatin
lots up ti live acres; we have
others that will pump ten thou
sand gallons of water au hour,
sufficient to innate a rice
The "Pansy" is king of all
iron cook stoves. For good
biking and little fuel tin re is
no oiher like, it. We could
figure up where we have sold
a couple of thousand ofthe.se
stoves but cannot liml a tangle
complaint from our customers.
You can get other stoves, lots
of tie-in, but what's the use of
investing your money in an
article you know nothing
about. A stuve is something
you have to live with three
hundred and sixt)-five days in
the year, and it's something
you want to be on pretty good
terms viih You can't In: it it)
will not bake or if it burns too
much coal; if the upper crust !
on) our pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp and the lower one
under done some one is going
to kick aud it won't be the
Our stock of cheap lamps
mentioned last week is worth
looking into We have opened
all of the casks and put some
of the goods where they can
be seen by the people Wliuii
once examin d they are as
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times when
people's imagination drifts to
ward poverty low priced goods
are needed. We have other
lamps to suit the masses not
afflicted with llattened purses.
We have them for both classes
here, because we cater to the
public, irrespective of warty,
creed or pieseut condition of
Hawaiian Hardware Cu., I'd
iliH,mi Hiwkeli1 Hi't.'f
Ur7 vtwrr TKWWT.
Kerosene "Aloha" S "Siar" Kerosene
i.aittiK sroi Kb or
FliiiilHiiiiii 3ii)ln;i Mmn, Dry tlo.-ds.
Crocker?, Mm. Kit. Hit:,.
l A h ON
HAND AT MOIIKKArK
-- O - -
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
'I'HIIKK MCKl.Y KlMt
1 nlhr-l IttMinip M Ne.
Ounlrii t -n lie i If
rettv Window SIih.I.-h In all eolorx and lre.
oles (or oiir windows iu WimmI or Km Trituiuiuu
f eoiire mini not forcel lo mention
ur liiiiid-onic Cnril It IriMim S,.ii in Solid (Ink.
P'tloni' al r.-.-i'inialile rate,
tM'oVerinu of llpliolnlerixl Furuiluie a AiMeMtly
1 ry otif F.ny Clinii U.fore Imyiiii; eliu-tvli.-ivi
JL abler of M kioc with ('hairn and Sideboard to mated
vorylx-lv know mnke a feature of Interior Deeoralin,
oiryo.xl)' buows Mi. Ueo.urilwat wlioiuakex thisanHial feaHir.
ecouui.i)! a the clenHt hixiHe in Honolulu,
eliability, l'roiiiptriH!i and Dispatch is our motto.
Hku. ."rift -TKLKIMIOXIfiK Mi-tuai. 4ft
'IMlltKK NICK Y Kl'lt ( ,t
1 '.i,i,.-j H.n.iis M i A.jK.ji
klkl n H.r li-a.-h. Trim ij.rivoH
Tr reMlinlili A .,.iy t " i.O'r wStt
lfiiiil itl K.i-IiIiim, l-or -lrt. IUI If
KOK HALK Oil I'O LKT
In the Coming Rices !
i iioim; t.ii i. i , ,
. Iloieu 0( "iioni- , , '..
lid t' ifellioe. In. r yM, v.,iS
on l lie iriiilw MM N-m. r' t ,!
nun A ttuiiu, next t Wniie ri
toh KIIKVIHHhli ,nu -v
lmiio (ur viUKle K-ll- firrmirwi.
ltuilu.l mi llun- BltlfTSS.
unt, 16 - -' "f'iirir
l LAltoh KliKVlHIIhU
walk from I'o.t Olll.:u. Allre. 11.,"
tut unit's. lev.' ti
A r A'AIKIKI OK THU
4 Ibiaub, ea'infi.rljtltle
uart-rs (ur uuv or two bin
isle Irntlvtueii: Umril oi
tloual; liatUiUK 'vllitt! icoml
THEY ABE FLYERS I
lU'.XTKll ASH WAI.KKIl
WILL UK ill Kit K . . .
H. E WALKER,
Ayrfii. Humttulu, H I.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES HET
JL lloiiro on i rvtunin
in t new ueciiilM by Mr.
J H Wolvlioun Jr I'of-
MiBi-lon uIvbu on Aiiitnrt Ul
liarlluiilarit Y'y lo
K I n tf ir.l.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
'H)L I'OMKiiKTMl K
J Hiid Nmtlv l'iirnlhlel
i itHMHf, ntiH i. Hoi' i anil
I'en'rnl thilun t'huidii T3
Uerutanla tr.u II gh lIIIn., I aigoCIo
et. t-p'enillil l4nal, neil uvoty cnuvmil- I
vi.ee. Kiuiulro en iirriiilum ur Mu-u I
T(tluhune l it I IOO-lw
Fine House aud Lot
'fillK UNDKIIBIONKI) OKKKItH KU(
1 KAle thai Klue ii"iiieUAJ en Hit- i nuU nue Wlurtt you try eluowliuru.
At S.mitu' Huh ani Livkky
Staiilkh, Kino Stukkt,
lAilJiiiului; MotniK)lltnii Meat Markt-t.l
l tliu I'heapoit I'lat'H In Town yuu atu
pet ltui!H, Waeoiiotliid, IIukkI ami
hurtdln Iliirnos, ft will pav ynu to call
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Corner "F'ort 8c Hotel Ste
oat. j j
FS3R 3 S "GhA.BL,IO,"
JEiOHiXjISTEI Ssc CO.
Ilavf iiiailc itnotluT Liiif Iuiiorl4itioii ol
It.Miil of LA COSSTANCIA and Kl. I'OMKTA
!jvi-(4- AtiNorimtmt of ShaptHt aud 8ir
Fm HMf in Itimit ur Doty Paiit Cor. Fort I Htrohftnt Htrttti.
iiiuiilfit dIiIh nf lthriian1tt lrHAt. Hm fret
uit of J'onaco a tre-t Tim Ut Imh a W-MMtu! VMlaptxeaa 400-a
front of Ion (eet xn.l a itejitl. o' U3 (ret At IWMIm
uihni ijwniiint; iioiibo 111 ;ihhi ruinir, con- i
uoim rnrior, uiiiiiiv-ruii niirosii, i me
trv. llodriHim. lla'li end Water Olo-nt ami
ap office on tliu lower tttxir with FonrGc 1 I
lledroium on oiiil tl'-or Tliore in a sub- I
tantlai Ham, cnnialning Two Ntallb room . .
lor two cnrragi'i., Wood Hhtui aint tier- I ,,,-,, . ,vTT wmr a nuv
vanta' Kmiui, a Brvaut, W I'.nn.t two WlELAND - EXTRA - PALI.
W IL ('IU or ol
Kiirthrr pariliinUrH of
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
I.I. I'KHHONS INTKNI1IMI TO
V UkM pa-cngo ou Hlenmeri, of I lie
tiiter-lnliiiid Hteam NbtIkuiIoii l'o-i from
llnnolulii, am livudiy niiund to imr
pia ilnkHiK at tliti Ulmrf Oltl- of the
Onuany Iwlomriiiliurklni and uuy pui
KnKir (allhiK toiln no utiall lie Mllijvet lo
iay 'I't nut o thv regular (are In adili
Hull tlirrvto, TIlU rill will l ctrli tl) rn.
rorotu iroiu ami aiifr inn mtuay in .mikiihi
n. ii, iitinritni
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
L. TI. DH3B3,
IW H Kt.iprl.liif
llnnnlnhi, Jnljr IT, USH.
Dlilift nud (llnnawarM Wanlettt
Clonk, Watuliiii ainl Jewelry Wautd I
Old (lulii ami bilvvr Watiteu I
VT kUyhsnt Prieta raid I jsi
IU kUug UU, Oorusr of AUksa,